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San Sebastián del Oeste Centro, San Sebastián, Jalisco, Mexico
56 Km from Puerto Vallarta (Hwy 544) Lat. 20.39'N Long. 104.35'W Elevation 1600 m. (5000 ft.) We drove for one hour from Puerto Vallarta. A nice uphill winding road, beautiful landscape. Temperature dropped significantly and suddenly we were in a...
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Delfines 9 y 10, 63734 Sayulita, Nay., Mexico
“La vie est belle” is a mantra for the Mignot sisters, who call themselves “Les Gazelles.” At Pacha Mama, they sell their own gypsy-inspired designs of Tahitian black-pearl jewelry, soft leather bags, and brightly embroidered caftans. Stop by...
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Delfines 1, Sayulita, Nay., Mexico
Amazing pastries at this tiny coffee shop. Perhaps the best chocolate brownie ever. The coffee beans are sourced from the neighboring state of Oaxaca. Definitely make this your coffee and breakfast stop while visiting Sayulita.
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Yelapa, Hab los Fresnos, 63197 Tepic, Nay., Mexico
Technically speaking, Yelapa is an idyllic cove that never quite caught onto the fact that the rest of the world has electricity--until about eight years ago. I boarded a small Vallarta Adventures charter boat from the pier in Nuevo Vallarta, and...
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Yelapa, Jalisco, Mexico
No cars, parachutes, fresh fish and margaritas. Many reasons to not just tour Yelapa for a day but spend a week.
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Sayulita, Nayarit, Mexico
Iguana Gardens, once a sanctuary for the prehistoric-looking creatures, has been transformed into a space that’s equal parts public garden, bar, and community center. The outdoor lounge, strewn with colorful wicker chairs, is the place for yoga,...
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55 Calle Manuel Navarrete, Bahia de Banderas, Centro, 63732 Sayulita, Nay., Mexico
Unique boutique shop filled with apparel, jewelry, art, and lots of fun interesting gifts.
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Asia 6, 63734 San Francisco, Nay., Mexico
San Francisco is a quaint beach town about 20 minutes north of Sayulita. If you ask any locals from the Riviera Nayarit region about San Francisco, you will be met with confusion. The locals call it San Pancho. We wanted to veer a little further...
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Latin America
San Francisco, Mexico (called San Pancho by the locals) is a great place to spend a week. It's a tiny town on the beach near Puerta Vallarta and it's not tourist-y at all so you can really experience Mexican culture. Great Place to take the...